Maciej Noga: Job boards of the future

maciej_noga_123I first meet Maciej back in 2000 when he was the co-founder of the leading Polish and Ukrainian Job Board, Pracuj. Today, as Chief Investment Officer of Grupa Pracuj, Maciej is responsible for investments and the development of new ventures.

Maciej is still passionate about job boards and we meet in Prague to discuss job boards and their future.

Maciej is convinced that job boards will move up in the value chain but we have to take responsibility for the process and offer the whole package: Do we hope to find a candidate (attract) or find a candidate and help manage the whole process (attract and source) including a job offer?

Discussing the main trends that influence the future of job boards, Maciej listed the following: Continue reading “Maciej Noga: Job boards of the future”

René Bolier – What Job Boards will do in 2015

Rene Bolier

Job Boards are not dying at all. They do, however, need to change things to stay alive and grow their business. Recently I wrote a blog about the top 5 challenges Job Boards need to tackle. After Jobg8 published that blog I’ve been approached by and speaking with a lot of Job Boards in Europe about these challenges they all recognize and I’ve decided to write a follow-up which is a combination of what I think will and should happen. Continue reading “René Bolier – What Job Boards will do in 2015”

Doug Monro – Aggregation, Job Boards and industry trends

doug_monroI met with Doug at his new office in West London last week to talk about Aggregation, Job Boards and Key Industry trends. Plus he shared some cool data points with me!

Previously COO of Zoopla and MD of Gumtree, today Doug is Co-Founder of Adzuna, a Job Search Engine designed to help match people to more fulfilling jobs.
Doug is moderating our ‘Thought Leaders Panel’ at The Job Board Summit 2014 – Europe and he is more than qualified to do so. Continue reading “Doug Monro – Aggregation, Job Boards and industry trends”

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